WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SAVE THE LAST REMAINING JAGUARS IN THE WILD.

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SAVE THE LAST REMAINING JAGUARS IN THE WILD.

Researchers estimate only 15,000 jaguars remain in the wild. Their last refuge is in the Amazon basin. Yet even in the Amazon rainforest they’re far from safe. Ranchers shoot them on sight due to fear or concern for their livestock. Poachers kill them for their...

The Message Of COVID-19

The Message Of COVID-19

Mother Earth has been knocking on our front doors, weeping in despair and pleading with us to change our ways.  But, we closed our curtains, dimmed our lights, talked in hushed tones and pretended we were not home. So, she dispatched COVID-19 to forcibly smash through...

Justice For Rosie

Justice For Rosie

Sometimes you have an encounter that changes you forever. This past December I met Rosie and my heart will never recover. Rosie was still a baby but already she had experienced incredible trauma. She watched her own mother killed and eaten. Then she was sold to be...

ARC has replaced the fireplace channel  with #RainforestFireChannel

ARC has replaced the fireplace channel with #RainforestFireChannel

Toronto, Canada (Dec 17, 2019) The Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) has launched their first ever holiday initiative. Created by agency Zulu Alpha Kilo, the campaign recreates the classic Yule Log Fireplace channel using real footage of the Amazon burning to draw...

WHERE DID YOUR DONATIONS GO?

WHERE DID YOUR DONATIONS GO?

In August, as the world’s attention shifted to the fires in the Amazon rainforest, the Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) had its best financial month ever. Thank you to the 528 people who donated a total of $38,421 CDN to ARC last month. And here’s a pie chart...

ARC RESPONDS TO THE AMAZON FIRES

ARC RESPONDS TO THE AMAZON FIRES

Update: Message from Jana Bell, President of Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC), on the Amazon Fires, Monday August 26, 2019 As the Amazon fires continue to rage, many people have reached out to ARC asking, “What can I do?” The bad news is we can’t easily stop the...

THE JEWELS OF THE RAINFOREST

It’s not surprising that Tambopata, Peru holds the world record for the highest number of butterfly species. This extraordinary region is one of the world’s most biologically diverse. More than 4,000 different types of butterflies make their home here! These...

THIS JUNE, HELP US WIN $10,000!

START YOUR SUMMER RIGHT. HELP US WIN $10,000 IN THE GREAT CANADIAN GIVING CHALLENGE CONTEST! Every $1 you donate to Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) from June 1 – June 30, 2019 via our page at CanadaHelps (link below) counts as a ballot to help us...

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO GET BOOTS ON THE GROUND!

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO GET BOOTS ON THE GROUND!

The Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) currently cares for 1,416 hectares (3,500 acres) of intact old-growth rainforest in the Region of Ashipal, deep in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. ARC’s founders chose this area due to its remoteness; the Ashipal...

AN INTERVIEW WITH JANA BELL, PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER OF ARC.

AN INTERVIEW WITH JANA BELL, PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER OF ARC.

Please find below the link to a podcast interview that Dillon Perron from Animals at Home conducted with Jana Bell. In this interview Jana covers many topics such as: how she started Amazon Rainforest Conservancy; the challenges of doing conservation work in...

A NOTE FROM ARC’S FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT, JANA BELL

A NOTE FROM ARC’S FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT, JANA BELL

The past few months has been a real roller coaster ride for me! Sadly, the presence of illegal miners in our remote area has increased substantially. This fact partnered with the reality that the Peruvian government does not have the resources to deal with miners in...

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